Country Wedding Enchanted Evening

This past Saturday evening, Mr. B and I attended the most beautiful outdoor wedding by a Texas country river.  Though the temps reached into the 90s, there was a breeze and it cooled off quickly after sunset.  I was captivated with the creativity and the décor…the entire evening was stunning.

I think my only regret came with my own attire for I had no colorful spring dress in the closet.  But, I did take pieces and created a cool, evening, black knit.  It seemed to work though I saw some lovely garden party style dresses. If you want to see more of this fabulous wedding, come back on my new Something Different Friday…a day when you just might see more than fashion!  Until then, join the bloggers for VISIBLE MONDAY , Harpers Happenings, and MONDAY MINGLE!!

Black Knit Uneven Hem Dress: Lane Bryant
Sheer Sleeve Cardigan: Macys
Belt: Kohls
Necklace: Stein Mart
Shoes: Dollhouse from Ross
I am so excited about this week for over50feeling40:
Tuesday – I will introduce you to Dr. Sydney Savion, an amazing women I sat down with for tea, tarts, and conversation!
Wednesday – Someone is going to win the $100 gift card…have you put your name in?  Do that HERE!  Also, it is color blocking day with Jill and Adrienne.
Thursday – I have a wonderful garment to share with you from Fresh Produce, a line I am very excited about!
Friday – Something Different….The ambience and décor of a country wedding in Texas!
Hope you will stick around and tell more of your friends about this blog!!  What would you wear to a country, evening wedding?
Mother of the Bride looked stunning in her coral dress
and standing by handsome Mr. B
She was the only one who wore a hat…which I found very sad…but found her
to be stunning…she loved that I wanted to take her picture!!
Dresses from Shabby Apple

30 Comments

  1. Mr. B is a handsome fella! And you are dressed PERFECTLY for an evening wedding. The wedding does indeed look like a beautiful and creative event.

  2. Good question about what to wear to a country outdoor wedding…I really have no idea as far as what is in my closet. I think you look lovely and the wedding looks very pretty. Refreshing change from tradition.

  3. Hey Pam! Thanks for these, especially the parents of the bride. Our son and fiance don't have a date set yet, but I've been loving the heavy lace dresses I've been seeing. To see a real MofB with one really helps. You're awesome to wear what you had and GO! That's what really counts…love!

  4. I POSTED YOUR LINK FOR THE CONTEST YESTERDAY.
    i HAVE TONS OF OLD WINDOW I AM GONNA BE HANING AROUND MY HOUSE THIS SPRING WHEN I PICK OUT MY SOFA!
    (I THINK THE SAME PEEEPS ARE CALLING ON US BOTH!)
    AND YOU CAN NEVER GO WRONG WITH BLACK!!!
    hUGS
    rEVA

  5. lovely wedding. You look beautiful…I like the stylish dress and the gorgeous necklace. I wish I had an outdoor wedding too, except our weather here is too hot.

    mongs
    mythriftycloset.blogspot.com

  6. What a charming wedding! Is it really already in the 90's where you live? Yikes!

    Thank you for the mention regarding our colorblocking post – Jill and I are very excited!

    You look beautiful as always…and I think the mother of bride looks gorgeous in her coral dress.

    Have a great Monday! xo

  7. Weddings are the one place that you can be sure to see many elegant outfits -it's such a nice change from the very casual (sometimes TOO casual) clothes we see everywhere. I look forward to seeing more photos of the wedding decor. Those windows are great!

  8. What a gorgeous setting. The photos are amazing. And I'm so glad you took the portrait of the elegant hat lady. She's got style for sure. Thank you so much for sharing on Monday Mingle.

  9. I've never been to a country Texas wedding. I'm from New Jersey/Pennsylvania and all the weddings in my family are formal and Catholic. If I were invited to a country wedding, I'd probably be underdressed. I had no idea how beautiful Texas weddings were.

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